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DIPAL Party (Discipline, Equality, Patriotism, Love, and Liberty), (in Spanish: Partido DIPAL, PD, Disciplina, Igualdad, Patriotismo, Amor y Libertad)was a Panamanian political party. The DIPAL Party was created by , in 1959 "as a non-political organization to foster better relations between negroes and whites in Panama". was a National Guard major under Commandant José Antonio Remón Cantera and later served as Minister of Finance in Remon's cabinet. In 1960 it allied with the and its candidate . In 1964 it allied with the (ANO) and its candidate .

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  • Disciplina, Igualdad, Patriotismo, Amor y Libertad (DIPAL)​ fue un pequeño partido político de Panamá que existió entre 1959 y 1964. Fue creado por , mayor de la Guardia Nacional y ministro de Finanzas en el gabinete de José Antonio Remón Cantera.​ El objetivo del partido era "una organización no política con el fin de mejorar la relación entre los negros y blancos en Panamá".​ En las se unió a la Alianza Popular y a su candidato Víctor Florencio Goytía. Obtuvo 8635 votos (3,58% del total) y un diputado a la Asamblea Nacional.​ En las se unió a la Alianza Nacional de Oposición de Juan de Arco Galindo. Obtuvo 3046 votos (0,96% del total) y no consiguió diputados nacionales, por lo que fue abolido por el Tribunal Electoral en 1964.​ (es)
  • DIPAL Party (Discipline, Equality, Patriotism, Love, and Liberty), (in Spanish: Partido DIPAL, PD, Disciplina, Igualdad, Patriotismo, Amor y Libertad)was a Panamanian political party. The DIPAL Party was created by , in 1959 "as a non-political organization to foster better relations between negroes and whites in Panama". was a National Guard major under Commandant José Antonio Remón Cantera and later served as Minister of Finance in Remon's cabinet. In 1960 it allied with the and its candidate . In 1964 it allied with the (ANO) and its candidate . In 1964 the PD registered as a political party, joining the ANO, but polled barely 3000 votes. The PD was abolished by the Electoral Tribunal in 1964. (en)
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  • DIPAL Party (Discipline, Equality, Patriotism, Love, and Liberty), (in Spanish: Partido DIPAL, PD, Disciplina, Igualdad, Patriotismo, Amor y Libertad)was a Panamanian political party. The DIPAL Party was created by , in 1959 "as a non-political organization to foster better relations between negroes and whites in Panama". was a National Guard major under Commandant José Antonio Remón Cantera and later served as Minister of Finance in Remon's cabinet. In 1960 it allied with the and its candidate . In 1964 it allied with the (ANO) and its candidate . (en)
  • Disciplina, Igualdad, Patriotismo, Amor y Libertad (DIPAL)​ fue un pequeño partido político de Panamá que existió entre 1959 y 1964. Fue creado por , mayor de la Guardia Nacional y ministro de Finanzas en el gabinete de José Antonio Remón Cantera.​ El objetivo del partido era "una organización no política con el fin de mejorar la relación entre los negros y blancos en Panamá".​ En las se unió a la Alianza Popular y a su candidato Víctor Florencio Goytía. Obtuvo 8635 votos (3,58% del total) y un diputado a la Asamblea Nacional.​ (es)
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  • Disciplina, Igualdad, Patriotismo, Amor y Libertad (es)
  • DIPAL Party (en)
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